The children of an elite lawyer are accused of the brutal attack of two football fans

A 27-year-old man from East Melbourne, 27 and 24, both from Fitzroy North, is on bail after being accused of intentionally causing injuries, causing injuries and other offenses related to the assault.

It has been discovered that the sons of prominent lawyer Tim Walker, QC, were allegedly involved in a brutal assault outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday after an AFL qualifying match.

The brothers are also grandchildren of acclaimed Australian research biologist Sir Gustav Nossal.

Former Xavier College students Dominic Walker and his brother Sam Walker, now in their 20s, have been accused of intentionally causing injuries, causing injuries and other offenses related to the assault.

They were arrested on Friday along with another man.

A 27-year-old man from East Melbourne, 27 and 24, both from Fitzroy North, is on bail after being accused of intentionally causing injuries, causing injuries and other offenses related to the assault.

The trio was rescued on Saturday morning to appear before the Court of Magistrates of Melbourne on December 4

The trio was rescued on Saturday morning to appear before the Court of Magistrates of Melbourne on December 4

Three football fans have been charged after a brutal assault outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday after an AFL qualifying match

The trio was rescued Saturday morning to appear before the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on December 4.

Crimes commissioner Greg Davies calls for lifetime bans for those responsible for the assault of a 61-year-old man from Rosebud and his 45-year-old friend from Mount Evelyn.

Both the trio of thugs and the pair of men had consumed alcohol throughout the night.

Davies told the Herald Sun that he is urging the AFL to ban permanent competition from all those responsible and said: "I would like the AFL to prohibit them from going to football for life."

Davies also said that the Australian culture seemed to have changed: "It is strange for anyone over the age of 40. If one of your partners kicked someone in a fight, it would be swept away like a runny nose." Nowadays, it seems to be de rigueur ", He said.

It will be alleged that the trio had a verbal argument with the couple outside the Pullman hotel while waiting for a taxi in Wellington Parade around 12:10 a.m.

The video shows the victim getting punched in the head about 17 times before being trampled by the offender, while his friend was also attacked

The video shows the victim getting punched in the head about 17 times before being trampled by the offender, while his friend was also attacked

The video shows the victim getting punched in the head about 17 times before being trampled by the offender, while his friend was also attacked

The couple allegedly ran for safety and hid before returning to the taxi stand to withstand the ambush.

The images of the mobile phones captured the disgusting assault that the police released Friday after being seen fleeing from the scene towards Clarendon Street and Fitzroy Gardens.

The video shows the victim getting punched in the head about 17 times before being trampled by the offender, while his friend was also attacked.

Both were taken to the Alfred Hospital, where the 61-year-old patient suffered serious injuries to the face and the 45-year-old man was treated for a possible fractured arm.

Witnesses have told investigators that the two men were walking through Wellington Parade when three unknown men in Richmond approached them after the victory in the qualifying final over Hawthorn.

There was a verbal altercation before the trio attacked the two men.

The moments were captured in the camera by witnesses who were in the area at that time and saw the criminals take off on foot.

A man offered help to the wounded men after the attack.

Both were taken to the Alfred Hospital, where the 61-year-old patient suffered serious injuries to the face and the 45-year-old man was treated for a possible fractured arm.

Both were taken to the Alfred Hospital, where the 61-year-old patient suffered serious injuries to the face and the 45-year-old man was treated for a possible fractured arm.

Both were taken to the Alfred Hospital, where the 61-year-old patient suffered serious injuries to the face and the 45-year-old man was treated for a possible fractured arm.

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